Sgt. Jeremy M. Campbell of Middlebury, Pennsylvania got A's in English and journalism. He basically single handedly put out the high school paper doing just about all the work himself. He used to work on the paper during study halls whenever he had time. He did everything for that newspaper. He was a happy-go-lucky kind of guy, but he got things done. After his parents died, Campbell was taken in by his step grandfather, Aaron Wilbur, who taught the boy to fish, shoot and hunt, and called in his first wild turkey. Jeremy, who worked at the Laurel Lanes bowling alley for two years, had dreams. He wanted to be a state trooper and own the bowling lanes. He was very goal-oriented. He also is survived by his wife, Maddison. He was 21.
108th Military Police Company
503rd Military Police Battalion
16th Military Police Brigade
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
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